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Calciomercato > Serie A > Calciomercato – All Transfer News and Rumours: July 24, 2015

Calciomercato – All Transfer News and Rumours: July 24, 2015

Plenty of interesting speculation today. Here is a full round-up of all the best stories

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Matteo Torre (@torrelocchetta)

24/07/2015 20:45

CALCIOMERCATO.IT TRANSFER NEWS RUMOURS JULY 24 / ROMA – Plenty of interesting transfer news and speculations today! Here is a full round-up of all the best stories, gossip and rumours from Calciomercato.it and more newspapers and websites.



- CM.IT EXCLUSIVE! Julian Draxler open to Juventus move as Schalke 04 now represent the main obstacle.

- Wolfsburg joined the race to sign Julian Draxler as well. (Bild)

- The urge to play for Spain at Euro 2016 could push Juve target Isco out of Real Madrid. (Tuttosport)



- Barcelona left back Adriano told the dressing room he is set to leave. (El Mundo Deportivo)

- Arsene Wenger: 'Wojciech Szczesny will sign for AS Roma on loan.'

- AS Roma CEO Italo Zanzi: 'We are very strong already and willing to build a top team.'

- Brazilian midfielder Marquinho is completing a move from AS Roma to Carpi.



- CM.IT EXCLUSIVE! Internazionale and Wolfsburg will hold a meeting next week for Ivan Perisic.

- CM.IT EXCLUSIVE! Criscito's agent: 'Mancini likes Mimmo but negotiating him with Zenit would be hard.'

- Mateo Kovacic: 'I'm going nowhere. Internazionale is my home now.'

- Roberto Mancini: 'We are working on some new signings to strengthen our attacking force.'

- Stoke City joined Sampdoria and Galatasaray in the race to Yuto Nagatomo. (Tuttosport)

- And Sampdoria are also keen on another Internazionale misfit, Saphir Taider. (Tuttosport)



- Zlatan Ibrahimovic: 'Playing in the US would be an amazing experience.'

- Sinisa Mihajlovic: 'Romagnoli will only leave AS Roma to join our club.'

- Ignazio Abate: 'I want to play for AC Milan until the end of my career.'



- CM.IT EXCLUSIVE! Hiroki Sakai is no easy target as Hannover are pushing to renew his contract.

- Napoli are waiting for Gonzalo Higuain to be back from holidays to discuss his future... (Corriere dello Sport)

- ...and the Azzurri could surprisingly offer Mario Gomez a way out of Fiorentina. (La Nazione)

- A meeting was held today for Davide Astori, but Napoli and Cagliari still couldn't come to an agreement. (Sky Sport)

- A new move for Torino's Maksimovic is expected soon. (Sportmediaset)

- Marc Bartra snubs Napoli and hails Barcelona as 'the best possible place' for him.

- Napoli insist on trying to bring in Sime Vrsaljko: Sassuolo was offered €8M plus Omar El Kaddouri. (Corriere dello Sport)



- Sources: Ricardo Kishna could be in Rome by the next 48 hours – but he won't undergo a medical before Monday.

- Lazio defender Lorik Cana could sign for El Jaish within the next days. (Corriere dello Sport)

- Genk didn't call up Sergej Milinkovic-Savic for their imminent League game – but the midfielder's future is yet to be determined.



- Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is moving closer as Genk didn't call him up for tomorrow's League match.

- The Viola are pondering a move for Internazionale's Marco Andreolli. (Sky Sport)

- Fiorentina are set to close the deal for Bayer Leverkusen's Giulio Donati. (La Nazione)

- Josip Ilicic: 'I'm glad I stayed at Florence because I still have a lot to prove to this club.'



- CM.IT EXCLUSIVE! Alberto Aquilani's agent: 'We have 4-5 offers on the table.'

- CM.IT EXCLUSIVE! Sampdoria are working on Carlos Carbonero deal – but they are yet to agree any terms.

- CM.IT EXCLUSIVE! Atalanta are making a move for Rafael Toloi.

- CM.IT EXCLUSIVE! Napoli could step up their interest for Juventus target Cristian Ansaldi.

- CM.IT EXCLUSIVE! As anticipated earlier, Lassana Diarra has signed a contract with Olympique Marseille.


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